The entire premise of this argument is flawed: There is NO consolidated Palestinian attitude toward Israel that it "is possible and necessary to achieve an agreement for coexistence..." based on ANY borders. The goal is not coexistence. The goal is not even a palestinian state within 1967 "borders", or 1948 "borders", or any other possible demarcation lines. The goal is struggle and elimination of Israel, no matter the cost to the people, and no matter how many generations or centuries it might take. Only in my dreams is there a hope for any settlment with the Palestinians. I direct you to this article which quite effectively sums up what the 'consolidated attitude' of the palestinians is now, and what it will be 1-2 generations hence: http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1171894507976&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull This is the palestinian consensus.
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from the article: In the heart of Palestinian consensus